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Health

CHS promotes fair and equitable access to health, mental health and hearing health for all.

Hearing Healthcare Initiative

CHS is leading a partnership with other organizations and university researchers to promote hearing health in Ontario.

Learn more about the Hearing Healthcare Initiative.

Noise Pollution

As noise pollution has a negative impact on hearing health, CHS strongly supports initiatives pertaining to hearing conservation and noise control.

Position Paper on Noise Pollution

Disability Tax Credit

The Canadian Hearing Society's position on the issue is that the Ministry of Finance needs to change the definitions and terminology currently used on the Disability Tax Credit Certificate (Form T2201E) to wording that is more equitable and non-discriminatory and provides clearer guidance to medical practitioners.

Position Paper on the Disability Tax Credit as it pertains to hearing loss 
 

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